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monoxide coming from? this is christy's apartment up here. in the grau below, something had left their parked car inside, running for several hours. >> so basically i was laying in a death trap. >> reporter: christy said she never heard the detector go off, so after leaving the hospital, that's the first thing she went out to buy. >> one, i'm so appreciative that i'm alive, and she's alive. and i feel so lucky that i can tell my family how much i love them. >> reporter: in germantown, maryland, erika gonzalez, news4. >>> and a ground-breaking surgery is giving a wounded war i don't a second chance. coming up, what this veteran plans to do after his double-arm transplant. >>> and we'll tell you why a local woman credits some friends she's never met for helping her meet her weight-loss goal. what do we do when something that's hard to paint, really wants to be painted? we break out new behr ultra with stain-blocker from the home depot... ...the best selling paint and primer in one that now eliminates stains. so it paints over stained surfaces, scuffed surfaces, just about any surfa
. >> chris christie's top strategist tells the new jersey star ledger he hasn't called me. will we see christie giving his blessings to geraldo, a candidacy by geraldo, or is that just fat chance, michelle goldberg? what do you think? >> i would be surprised because chris christie, for all my disagreements with him, does seem to love the state of new jersey. but i'm not sure how many chris christie's endorsement matters compared to fox news' endorsement. should he run, it will be just another step in the consolidation of fox news and the republican party. >> michael, you know, name recognition. he could probably raise a little bit of money. he can handle the media. he is an advocate for people in a sense. journalistic credentials a little shaky at times. would he be a potential winner, do you think? >> you know, ed, i think geraldo is a smart guy. i do his radio show sometimes, and, you know, i've talked with him. he knows issues. he knows policy. he is pretty moderate. he is pro-choice, which a lot of people may not know yet. now, that may kill him in a primary, even in new jersey. re
donation to public education, and more recently his pledge to hold a fundraiser for chris christie. what do you think this says about his ambitions? >> well, you know, i think he's always looked at a very big picture. i think mark wants to change the world. he wants to, you know, create a revolution, and i think that's always been his thing. so he's gotten more political and he's definitely trying to change things. >> you and many others have said that zuckerberg is a megalomaniac. >> i don't mean it in a bad way. he wants the whole world to change based on something he's doing. he sees facebook as a revolution, as something that is going to affect every aspect of our lives. and he really sees the world going from a village to a city to facebook. and i do think that he wants to impact everyone in the world's life. and he is doing that. he's actually a successful megalomaniac. >> yeah, he is in a big way. he has said he idolized steve jobs. is he in your opinion the next steve jobs? or do you think his legacy might eclipse that of his hero? >> i do think he will eclipse steve jobs. he's not
christie is running for reelection but it's difficult to tell whether he is running as a democrat or republican. we have the bromance over hurricane sandy and he wants to raise the minimum rage where the unemployment rate is much higher is much higher than the national average. so a big miss for the but go guy. >> a hit to our colleagues in the media who are faurlg calling al gore on his hypocrisy. i think he expected the loving attention from various tv networks and instead, a lot of anchors and hosts were asking him how he could sell current tv to big oil, al-jazeera and that network that has lauded and celebrated terrorists to boot. good for the media. >> paul: mark it down, freeman praises media. a press release. [ laughter ] >> paul: if you have your own hit or miss, send it to us. that is it for this week's show. thanks to my panel and all of you watching. i'm paul gigot. hope to see you right here next week. >> jon: on fox news watch. >> i think hillary will go down as one of finest secretaries of state we've had. >> jon: did abc squander time with the president and possibl
points. >> new jersey governor chris christie is running for reelection but it's difficult to tell whether he is running as a democrat or republican. we have the bromance over hurricane sandy and he wants to raise the minimum rage where the unemployment rate is much higher is much higher than the national average. so a big miss for the but go guy. >> a hit to our colleagues in the media who are faurlg calling al gore on his hypocrisy. i think he expected the loving attention from various tv networks and instead, a lot of anchors and hosts were asking him how he could sell current tv to big oil, al-jazeera and that network that has lauded and celebrated terrorists to boot. good for the media. >> paul: mark it down, freeman praises media. a press release. [ laughter ] >> paul: if you have your own hit or miss, send it to us. thais it for this week's show. thanks to m
is my view. >> only clinical addiction counselor christie arthur could not disagree more. >> i worked for years with clients with addiction. i am an addict myself. and i would say that i am intimately aware when a client is dealing with substance abuse issues. addiction creates a number of problems in terms of people's ability to function. pain or no pain. addiction is an all consuming disease which impairs relationships, often leads to unemployment, problems with jobs, financial issues, a number of things. but in addition to that, the long-term use of narcotics and drugs also creates things in the brain that are damaging. >> reporter: she objects to prescriptions of large amounts of narcotics and claims -- >> there are clients that i've worked with that were under the care of this doctor, and as a result they were very much at risk. their addiction was, again, enabled and perpetuated by the doctor. >> reporter: we were able to reach dr. salerian in texas about an hour ago. he agrees with arthur that addiction is harmful and is aware of that. he said i am opposed of giving people with
not to kill jobs. let me give you three specific examples. the coal plant in corpus christi killed by epa just this week. in colorado, listed by the department of interior, going to shut down oil and gas exploration and kill off housing in colorado or in fact the medical device tax. 2.3% on gross receipts. perhaps the biggest job killer of obama care kicked in. that is the government killing jobs. your president, your party, your representatives are at every turn killing off jobs in the country. not the private sector that is not doing its job, it is the federal government that is killing it. >> hang in there both of you. i want you to listen to on wednesday also when the gdp number came out and showed a contraction for the first time in three and a half years. 5.8 trillion bucks down the drain contracting the economy. abc talked about it a little bit. nbc disregarded it completely. didn't even show up. listen to what scott at cbs news had to say about it. >> a shrinking economy over time spells recession but this number is likely to be revised as more data come in. senior business corresponde
christi killed by epa just this week. that sage hand in southwestern california listed going to shut down oil and gas exploration, kill off housing in colorado then let's talk about the see quest traigs that and medical device tax, 2.3% on gross rets. props biggest job killer kicked in. that is the government killing jobs. private sector doing best it can, but your president, your party are killing off jobs in this country. not the private sector that snot doing it's job. it's the federal government killing it. >> i want you to listen to, on wednesday, also, gdp number came out and showed a contraction. abc kind of talked bit a little bit. nbc disregarded it. listen to what cbs news had to say about it. >> a shrinking economy spells resection but don't panic yet. the number is lakely to be revised as more data come in senior business kmondent found this dark cloud may vai silver lining. >> headline may be disat but economy was showing strength at the end of the year. >> one economist put it, it's the best contraction in the u.s. economy you're going to see. >> i'm not sure the economi
.o.p. in the garden state. hopefully get the support of people like our incomparable governor chris christie and others. i have got my fingers crossed and i'm also probing it. it is something we are seriously considering. definitely. >> laura: geraldo packed. >> move to jersey. >> laura: okay. well, next on the run down another attack on american embassy today. this time a deadly suicide bombing in turkey how will the united states respond? and later marco rubio taking fire from his own party for his immigration plan. will conservative outcry kill the measure? we'll have a debate. the factor will be right back. >> laura: thanks for staying with us. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. in the unresolved problem segment tonight, a suicide bomber struck the u.s. embassy in turkey today killing himself and a guard. turkish officials suspect the bomber was connected to a domestic left wing militant group but so far no terror outfit has claimed responsibility. at the white house today jay carney was quick to call it an act of terror it? >> it is a terrorist attack. however, we do not know at t
christie was governor, there was a nice little cocktail party for him and a bunch of new yorkers went to him. >> what do you make of this? what about better infrastructure in the wake of hurricane sandy. it has become such micromanaging that they have lost the big picture? >> know, we've had too many professional politicians. what i want to do is give a business people. people with a vision. >> they don't want to go through that whole rigmarole. liz: okay, john, thank you so much it's so good to be with you. are you running for mayor? okay, as a republican, thank you so much, sir. next up, who is getting crunched? crunched? that's up next, don'to you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choo any
tweeting us that hey, come on over, we'd love to have you. >> when chris christie was governor, there was a nice little cocktail party for him and a bunch of new yorkers went to him. >> what do you make of this? what about better infrastructure in the wake of hurricane sandy. it has become such micromanaging that they have lost the big picture? >> know, we've had too many professional politicians. what i want to do is give a business people. people with a vision. >> they don't want to go through that whole rigmarole. liz: okay, john, thank you so much it's so good to be with you. are you running for mayor? okay, as a republican, thank you so much, sir. next up, who is getting crunched? that's up next, don't go away. b! that's roughing the card holder. but with the capital one venture card you get double miles you can actually use. [ cheering ] any flight, anytime. the scoreboard doesn't lie. what's in your walt? hut! i have me on my fantasy team. what's in your walt? hut! all stations come over to mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one two. rify and lock. comman
people who love gun control. chris christie and joe biden, who both love to have gaffes and speak the truth, running against each other, and those debates, people would actually want to watch. >> i want to throw one thing out about. cornell said this is about voting for democrats that might be a good national political issue. here's the problem. california has universal background checks. there are a number of states that have these provisions in place. let's consider a what they've done, how cost effective and effective they are relative to hiring more police officers. the truth is that we're going for solutions that aren't necessarily very effective but they might work as a political issue so that's why we pursue them. >> fair point. six of the 55 senate democrats have indicated they have a problem with the assault weapons ban. you may not get that because there are democrats who support guns too. obviously not as many. all yaw need is a few. >>> an islamist vigilante group harassing women in short skirts and ordering gays off the street. in london. >>> hawaii declares war on th
of his nomination of senate and him talking about energy policy and chris christie bashing climate change post sandy, we have possibly the coalition to create energy policy that has failed in president obama's first term and it will be swallowed down because in term of the politics of winning, you have gore and kerry saying policy equals job creation and that is about the economy. >> i thought the left was against personal enrichment at the cost of the environment. >> al had this position before when he was flying private jets and the question was how does it square with climate change. in a sense, al is hoisted by his own batard, if that if erp to come out and say, we all live in a carbon intensive environment, we cannot all sit in a studio and say, i do not want to have any business with carbon, because here we are with lights and carpeting. >> but the studio does not pay me $50 million. >> nor me. but you cannot opt out of the system. he has not been good at recognizing that we live in the world that we live in and we are trying to get to a different world but -- >> is there an expecta
before your ice. grab your loved ones. i want you to meet someone extremely important. this is christie pera second year with the 49ers. how excited are you to be here? >> this is is amazing. we can't believe that it's real life. it's been great experience. the town is beautiful. we love everyone here. we're having so much fun. >> right now they are working with 100 plus kids who were here teaching them cheers. see some of them in action against the giants overtime. you thought you were going last year. what happened? >> you know what? we didn't get there. but rear here now. >> you were crushed? >> we were crushed. we couldn't believe it. it just made us want to get back on the field. the boys wanted to get back out there and this time we won and we're here. >> all right. i'm very happy that you guys are such great attitude this hour and working you 24 hours a day but you are loving it this is megan. how excited are you to be here? you are trailing at halftime against the patriots on the road. you are at home watching. and you are thinking to yourself, what? >> it's been so emotional. i
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